Laura Ingalls Wilder’s ‘The Long Winter,’ to be exact.
Nowadays, novels are written in just about every corner of the planet. But that wasn’t always the case. Just how old is the novel, anyway? And is there something that all novels have in common, regardless of when and where they were written?
In 1885, the author of “Little Women” wrote a tale that’s shocking, bloodcurdling and truly terrifying … and it was written for children. Let’s read it together!
There’s clearly a difference between a short story and a chapter of a novel. But what, exactly, is it?
“Out of the Attic” is the nail in the coffin for V.C. Andrews’ once-popular series. It’s also, quite possibly, the world’s longest short story at 336 pages. Here’s why.
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Literary fiction breaks many of the rules of conventional novel writing. But are there some rules that can’t be broken?
When it comes to genre fiction, novel length is not an artistic choice. Why is this the case? Who decides how short is too short for a novel?